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Haiti - Social : The President Martelly announces the imminent end of the private adoptions
23/06/2011 15:41:51

Haiti - Social : The President Martelly announces the imminent end of the private adoptions
Representatives from ten countries adopters, including France, the first host country of Haitian children in 2010, were gathered Thursday morning, in a reunion at the Plaza Hotel in Port-au-Prince, in presence of the President Michel Martelly, to provide an update on the adoption in Haiti.

At this reunion, organized by a group of Montreal on international adoption, whose purpose is to consider the resumption of the "frozen" adoptions, the President Martelly has committed before the participants to ratify, during his mandate, the Hague Convention on the adoption, that prevents the so-called adoptions "private or individual".

"While awaiting the vote of this law, within time limits that I wish as close as possible, I intend to make a presidential order requiring the passage of the applications for adoption with the approved bodies, as provided for in the Convention of the Hague" declared the Head of State.

This will prevent de facto, all the individual adoption procedures of Haitian children.

HL/ HaitiLibre

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